Tomar Present Progressive Tense

Learn tomar in the Present Progressive Tense through our detailed verb chart, engaging exercises, and everyday examples. Discover its application in taking, drinking, or making choices. Expand your Spanish with our Spanish conjugation resources. Develop your ‘tomar’ expertise on our tomar conjugation page.

Verb Meaning(s): to take, to drink

Verb Chart: Tomar Present Progressive Tense

Yo

estoy tomando

I am taking (right now)

Nosotros

estamos tomando

we are taking (right now)

(Juana, Juan)

estás tomando

you are taking (right now)

Vosotros

(informal Spain)

estáis tomando

you all are taking (right now)

Él/Ella/Ud.

(Sra./Dr. García)

está tomando

he/she/you are taking (right now)

Ellos/Ellas/Uds.

están tomando

they/you all are taking (right now)

Tomar Present Progressive Tense Practice

Multiple Choice Game

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Conjugation Practice

Present Progressive Tense

Tomar Present Progressive Sentence Examples

1. Yo estoy tomando notas durante la conferencia.
I am taking notes during the lecture.
2. ¿Tú estás tomando una clase de arte este semestre?
Are you taking an art class this semester?
3. Él está tomando decisiones importantes para su futuro.
He is making important decisions for his future.
4. Ella está tomando un curso de fotografía en línea.
She is taking an online photography course.
5. Usted está tomando el liderazgo en el proyecto de grupo.
You are taking the lead in the group project.
6. Nosotros estamos tomando un descanso después de dos horas de estudio.
We are taking a break after two hours of study.
7. Vosotros estáis tomando el sol en la playa (vosotros is used only in Spain).
You all are sunbathing at the beach.
8. Ellos están tomando medidas para mejorar el medio ambiente.
They are taking steps to improve the environment.
9. ¿Ellas están tomando café juntas en la cafetería?
Are they having coffee together in the cafe?
10. Ustedes están tomando responsabilidades adicionales en el trabajo.
You all are taking on additional responsibilities at work.
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